Religion in revolutionary England / edited by Christopher Durston and Judith Maltby.

Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2006.
xvi, 286 p. ; 24 cm.


Summary note
This volume contains essays by leading authorities of the period and is divided into three sections entitled: 'Theology in Revolutionary England'; 'Inside and Outside the Revolutionary National Church'; and 'Local Impacts of Religious Revolution'.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Committed to retain in perpetuity — ReCAP Shared Collection (HUL)
  • Living with the living God: radical religion and the English Revolution / J.C. Davis
  • The toleration controversy during the English Revolution / John Coffey
  • The legacy of mothers and others: women's theological writing, 1640-60 / Elizabeth Clarke
  • 'The public profession of these nations': the national church in interregnum England / Ann Hughes
  • A ministry of the gospel: the Presbyterians during the English Revolution / Elliot Vernon
  • English Catholics at war and peace / William Sheils
  • Suffering and surviving: the civil wars, the Commonwealth and the formation of 'Anglicanism', 1642-60 / Judith Maltby
  • Freedom to form: the development of Baptist movements during the English Revolution / Mark Bell
  • 'Preaching and sitting still on Sundays': the Lord's Day during the English Revolution / Christopher Durston
  • 'So many sects and schisms': religious diversity in revolutionary Kent, 1640-60 / Jacqueline Eales
  • The experience of defeat revisited: suffering, identity and the politics of obedience among Hertford Quakers, 1655-65 / Beverly Adams
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